"Entrepreneurs Talk Africa" is a captivating podcast dedicated to exploring the dynamic landscape of African entrepreneurship. The show offers listeners an opportunity to learn from the experiences, challenges, and successes of African entrepreneurs and start-up founders, as well as gain valuable insights and practical tips for their own ventures.Hosted by Gerald Ami, Jason Delorie and Marc Israel, seasoned entrepreneurs and business experts with a passion for African innovation, the podcast features weekly in-depth interviews with a diverse range of entrepreneurs and start-up founders from various sectors across the continent and African founders across the world. With each episode, "Entrepreneurs Talk Africa" aims to uncover the unique stories of these trailblazers, celebrate their achievements, and provide a platform for knowledge-sharing and inspiration.
In this episode of Entrepreneurs Talk Africa, host Jason Delorie reconnects with Stephano Rose, an African diaspora entrepreneur based in Australia and the founder of Next Avenue. Join them as they delve into Stephano's journey, the growth of Next Avenue, and his valuable insights for success in the African market.
1. Building Structure and Agility: Stephano highlights the importance of balancing st...
The Rising Potential of Africa - A Conversation with Jason Delorie and Gabriel Delerue
We met Gabriel for the first time in March 2021, Season 5, Episode 10. In this episode we move from Mauritius to Morocco where Gabriel and his family now reside. Gabriel, co-founder and CEO of Fleeti, shares his growth, expansion ambitions, and challenges he faced over the last two years.
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In this episode of Entrepreneurs Talk Africa, we catch up with Madvee Muthu, the founder of Bees with Stories, as she shares her journey over the past two years in the sustainable beekeeping industry. She discusses the challenges faced, milestones achieved, and the importance of personal touches in her business. Tune in to hear Madvee's insights and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
00:00 - Introduction to Madvee Mu...
In this episode of Entrepreneurs Talk Africa, host Gerald Ami speaks with McKevin Ayaba, a fellow African entrepreneur, CEO of Cerebral, and ecosystem builder. They discuss the unique challenges and opportunities faced by African entrepreneurs and the importance of creating a more technical and entrepreneurial economy in Africa.
Navigating the Future of Chatbots, API Collaboration, and the Importance of Building Sustainable Businesses
In this episode of Entrepreneurs Take Africa, our host Marc Israel sits down with Antoine Paillusseau, the CEO of fcb.ai, to discuss the power of AI in shaping the future of conversational solutions and the importance of building sustainable businesses.
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Welcome to Entrepreneurs Talk Africa, the essential podcast for Africans trailblazing entrepreneurs, brought to you by The Talk Collective. In this episode, Marc Israel interviews Florent Masson and Sebastien Leblanc from MIPS, a payment orchestration system for merchants and consumers. They discuss their entrepreneurial journey, the challenges they have faced, and the importance of taking risks and trying new things.
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In this episode of Entrepreneurs Talk Africa, host Jason Delorie sits down with Chris Rey, Chief Growth Officer of Apollo Scooters. They discuss Chris's journey in building a successful company from scratch and the importance of growth and empathy in business.
Chris shares how he started his company, Apollo Scooters, and the challenges he faced along the way. He emphasizes the importance of being resilient, taking calculated ri...
In this episode of Entrepreneurs Talk Africa, host Marc Israel welcomes back Victor Maina, the founder of Duhqa, a startup on a mission to connect millions of small retailers with manufacturers through technology. The episode delves into the progress and evolution of this African startup, with insights and stories of success to inspire and inform entrepreneurs. Victor explains how Duhqa has been connecting pop shops with manufactu...
"Be ready to get your hands dirty" is the closing sentence from Justin and it introduces well this first evolution episode.
We welcome Justin Lock, CEO and founder, and Erik Wand, VP of Operations, of Kamix. Kamix solves the problem of remittance, sending me to and from Africa to other countries in the world, at 0% commission. Yes, you read well, 0% commission. How do they do this ? With a great app, infrastructu...
We are back! We’ve missed you and I hope you’ve missed us too (I heard it was the case from some of you). After a six months break to rethink, rekindle and regroup, we are back for a new season (the twelfth) and a new breath. In this episode, Jason, Gerald and I go through the whys, the hows and the future. We are very happy to be back and look forward to serving your ears with the best about African entrepre...
Here's the debrief of my conversation with Ninh like Tran, founder of SnapBrillia. As usual, this is the key takeaways from the full conversation that you can find here.
When I read the following sentence "Empower people to collaborate and share their knowledge while building the future of the open-source web with, and for, the community", I immediately thought, wow! It was rich and I wanted to learn more.
I had the chance to meet the founding team of SnapBrillia through Seedstars, and the more we were discussing, the more I became certain it would be a great addition to the podc...
We, Jason, Gerald and Marc debrief on Cindy's interview about Umazi and her experience as a female founder in a very male environment. The full episode can be found here.
In this episode, we welcome the three co-founders of Entrepreneurs Talk Africa for their key takeaways of the discussion with Brian and Alistair, co-founders of Tulix. The full episode is here.
In this debrief episode, we come back on Marc's conversation with Alundas Havens from Alpha Podcasters. The full episode can be downloaded here.
We come back on Duhqa and our conversation with Victor. For the full episode, go there.
Find Jason, Gerald and Marc debriefing on Marc's discussion with Orit, founder of Giving Way. You can find the full episode here.
In this debrief episode, get the most of our conversation with Kaushik, founder of Yugo. As usual, if you want the full episode, just go there.
Podcasting is made of encounters. We met a couple of very successful podcasters, along them features Alundas Havens from Alpha Podcasters. In this special encounters episode, we discussed entrepreneurship, life and the universe with Alundas. A special episode like no others from across the Atlantic with a perspective on creating your life, particularly when nothing was initially planned!
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If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks, then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
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Ashley Lytton was a typical mom and wife in suburban Utah with three children until she discovered her husband’s horrifying secret. It was a shocking crime that would alter Ashley’s life and jeopardize the safety of her children. This season of Betrayal will focus on one mother’s fight to find justice for her daughter and protection from a predator too close to home. Once we hear her story, we learn the same crime is happening every day in households all over the country. It’s a betrayal of our families, communities and everything we value in society. Season Two lays the issue bare through the family’s story and takes an honest look at a huge problem most people don’t want to even want to acknowledge.
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